Stonehenge, located near Salisbury in the English county of Wiltshire is an iconic enigma with its roots set back in the mists of time.
There are many theories surrounding this ancient monument, both its function and building methods remain a mystery.
To this day no one truly know how the huge sarsen stones were transported and erected into their present day positions.
The earthworks surrounding the stones have been dated as far back as 7000BC; the stones themselves are estimated to have been positioned between 3000BC and 2000BC.
Speculation abounds as to the purpose of Stonehenge. Solar calendar, burial ground, human sacrifice, astronomical computer and latterly a unification centre and meeting place for the peoples and tribes of that time.
So come and visit this World Heritage site for yourself and form your own theory about what our ancient ancestors did here.